LMTD Lonestar .45 Revolver Replica

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LTMD Lonestar .45 Revolver Replica. A stunning replica of the 6 - shooter used to tame the Wild West!

The Single-Action Army Revolver was produced in several forms and many calibers from 1872 to 1940, with production totalling about 350,000 pieces.

As its introduction coincided with the settlement of the Wild West, the names Peacemaker and Frontier Six-Shooter were popularized. Made for both military and civilian use, most were produced in 45 caliber. This non-firing replica carries the star of Texas on the wooden grip. Overall Length: 11 1/ 4 ". Weight: 2l bs 1 oz. Barrel Length: 8 3/ 4" .

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